Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Jun 2009 22:20 UTC
ReactOS ReactOS, the project to create a Windows NT-compatible operating system, has published another news update with some interesting news items. The legal position of the ReactOS Foundation has been strengthened, and now has a VeriSign certificate that might help other open source projects as well, the new ATA driver is more or less complete, and there's some progress in the area of video drivers.
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That's COOL!!!
by theCyberHawk on Sun 7th Jun 2009 18:46 UTC
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I'm just waiting and waiting until they got some usable version (i.e 3D acceleration and network), so I could dump Vista and become free...
Unfortunately ReactOS is the only viable option to a Windows (TM) user, since Linux is a useless crap and FreeBSD has even a worse position on the desktop.
No one will free us without losing all Windows-based SW except ReactOS... if they only could find an investor so they'd accelerate their progress... oh well...

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